Disruption isn't over, it's just symptomatic of a much larger convergence of alternative value chains. Register and join us to gain new insights and strategies to respond.
Disruption isn't over, it's just symptomatic of a much larger convergence of automation, advanced material design and construction principles, and intercommunications creating alternative value chains.
Regardless of your technical skills, business acumen or adaptive sensibilities, we invite you to join the strategy management practices issues group (SMPIG) to discuss the management challenges associated with concepts labeled the 4th Industrial Revolution, the Digital Estate and sometimes referred to as Digitalization.
Don't know the terms, don't worry. We've curated a few articles (listed below) to help focus the monthly peer to peer discussion. This month, we'll engage in some free thinking and visioning around new business models, transitions and/or survival strategies related to the 4th industrial revolution.
WHEN: Friday April 20, 7:30 am-8:45 am
WHERE: Lockton Corporation, 500 W. Monroe
Note: you must REGISTER in advance to attend as seating is limited to the first 20 signups. Complimentary coffee and nosh provided in exchange for the courtesy of small donation. Remember to preview the articles below, and if your plans change, DO notify Rachel so she can give your reserved seat to others. Questions contact the organizer Rachel Kaberon via email firstname.lastname@example.org
ALSO, do visit or subscribe to our blog to see recaps of previous discussions—strategyinsight.wordpress.com
The coming wave of digital disruption
Strategy and Business, November 2017
12 things everyone should understand about technology
Don't' confuse digital with digitization
MIT Sloan review, September 2017
Optional short background videos
Robert Smith, president of Vista Equity partners
The Fourth Industrial Revolution (14 min. video)
The fourth manufacturing revolution
TED talk, Olivier Scalabre